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Saurer invests in technology centre in Arbon
Saurer Group announced that it is to establish a technology centre in Arbon, Switzerland. The research and development (R&D) centre at the home of the Saurer textiles group will combine Saurer’s leading expertise in sensor technology and automation with the latest innovations of Industry 4.0. Saurer is currently advertising around 10 vacancies, and the first candidates have already been found. The Group believes it can create up to 40 jobs over the next years.
Straightener technology on a new level
To meet the requirements, the hardware of the Orthopac RVMC has also been revised and raised to a new level.
Every day, several thousand kilometres of woven and knitted fabrics pass through the production facilities of textile manufacturers all over the world. And for every single centimetre of it, the quality has to be right. This means above all: straight-thread fabric. This poses great challenges for manufacturers of increasingly sophisticated textiles. Mahlo GmbH + Co. KG has been the perfect partner for over 70 years when it comes to straightening things out. The German machine builder has once again set standards in textile production and finishing with its generation 15 devices.
Our products are Industry 4.0 ready: Muthusekkar
A100-per cent subsidiary of Getriebebau Nord, NORD Drivesystems Pvt Ltd opened a world-class 13,300 m² factory in Pune in 2008, after it established a sales branch in 2005. The company’s Pune plant has enabled it to provide quicker and comprehensive sales and customer service in India and all over the subcontinent.
COBOT brings in new hope for industrial automation
Automate almost anything proclaims Universal Robots (UR), a Danish manufacturer of smaller flexible industrial robot arms, based in Odense. With Industry 4.0 knocking at the doors of textile industrial world dotted with small units, in India, may be UR brings new hopes into the initiation of automation.
Industry 4.0, a challenge for Vietnam textiles
The fourth industrial revolution (Industry 4.0) will present a challenge for Vietnam’s textiles and garment sector within the next five years, according to Le Tien Truong, CEO of the Vietnam National Textile and Garment Group (Vinatex).
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